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Ehran Elisha

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JAF Trio: JAF Trio

Read "JAF Trio" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


JAF Trio's eponymous debut outing is filled with tight drumbeats, striding bass walks and quirky sax lines sliding down slippery slopes. The young Danish-Finish outfit, composed of saxophonist Adele Sauros, Joonas Tuuri on bass and drummer Frederik Emil Bulow, offers a first glimpse into their studio work after having performed together on several occasions over the ...

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Continue

Label: Cadence Jazz Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Continue, part one; Continue, part two, Continue, part three; Continue, epilogue; Kiryat Moshe; Revadim (Furrows); Subway Sundays; Boui’s Elegy.

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Ehran Elisha Ensemble: Continue

Read "Continue" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


The title of the Israeli-American drummer Ehran Elisha new ensemble album suggests his approach to music and improvisation. Inspired by the approach of Miles Davis, its art, aesthetics, compositional and improvisational tools never rest, simply continue forward. Always enriching the creative process, whether within formal compositions, free improvisations solo performances or with new musicians. ...

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Vision Festival, Days 3-5: New York City, NY, June 13-15, 2012

Read "Vision Festival, Days 3-5: New York City, NY, June 13-15, 2012" reviewed by John Sharpe


Days 1-2 | Days 3-5 | Days 6-717th Annual Vision FestivalRouletteBrooklyn, NYJune 11-17, 2012Wednesday night at the Vision Festival was given over to the celebration of a lifetime of achievement by multi-instrumentalist, Joe McPhee, a deserving and popular choice. In presenting him with the envelope (presumably holding a check), ...

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Label: OutNow Recordings
Released: 0
Duration: 06:19

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Ehran Elisha launches new Israeli label

Read "Ehran Elisha launches new Israeli  label" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


Two releases by New York-based drummer Ehran Elisha are the first ones from a new Israeli creative label, OutNow Recordings, run by three musicians--saxophonist Yoni Kretzmer and guitarists Yair Yona and Ido Bukelman--with a noble mission: “search within yourself for the sound you never stop hearing." These albums present the ever creative Elisha in two different ...

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The Lowdown

Label: CIMP Records
Released: 2000

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Ehran Elisha Ensemble: The Lowdown

Read "The Lowdown" reviewed by Derek Taylor


Drummer Elisha is one of those players that operates just below the prevailing radar screen in creative improvised music and his work as a leader, in spite of an earlier solid offering on CIMP ( The Kicker ), has yielded only checkered recognition thus far. The same can actually be safely said for each of the ...

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East Of Jaffa

Label: OutNow Recordings
Released: 0


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